The end of political coverage as usual – with Lenore Taylor
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The dust is beginning to settle on an election where Australians overwhelmingly voted for the end of politics as usual. But during the election campaign, voters were continually bombarded with gaffes, gotcha questions and empty political theatre. In this episode of Full Story, Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor and Mike Ticher about the disconnect between the media, the major parties and voters who are clamouring for a more productive and representative political debate
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